Duck Dodgers

Season 2 Episode 10

Diva Delivery / Castle High

Aired Unknown Jan 28, 2005 on Cartoon Network



  • Trivia

    • When Sa'am and his soldiers make a hole into the ship, there is clearly another corridor behind it, so unless their laser went through both walls ...

  • Quotes

    • Sa'am: Remember the Klunkin code: No surrender, no prisoners, no kiddin'! (Exits ship)
      Soldier: He forgot his Chanticleer lunchbox!
      Sa'am: (returning) There'd better be a cupcake in there!

    • DD: (about Chanticleer) Stupid celebrity guest stars. Still, I do fancy the cut of this woman's gib.

    • DD: (to Chantacleer) Never fear, beloved! I shall keep you from this filthy mongrel!
      Sa'am: Stop right there!
      DD: Take her, she's yours! (Chantacleer glares) Parting is such sweet sorrow.

    • Cadet: Poor Captain Dodgers.
      DD: There's something captivating about this damsel, Cadet. Her outrageous demands remind me of ...
      Cadet: Yourself?

    • (After Chantaclere smashes a painting over DD's head)
      DD: Of course the Mona Lisa would have to be painted on a wood panel.

    • I.Q.: This is I.Q. Hi calling Duck Dodgers.
      DD: Yeah, I recognize you by now.

    • DD: You know what I don't get? Jumbo shrimp! That just doesn't make sense!
      Cadet: That's an oxymoron, sir.
      DD: What'd you call me?
      Cadet: An oxymoron is when contradictory terms are combined. Like free-trade or compassionate conservatism.
      DD: That attitude of yours is killing us in the flyway states.

  • Notes

    • Macy Gray is billed as "Special Guest Star."

    • Chanticleer was also the name of the hero in the Don Bluth film, Rock-A-Doodle. It was taken originally from Geoffrey Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales". Chanticleer, a noble but lovelorn rooster, was the dubious hero in a story told by a Monk, one of the pilgrims on the journey.

    • There is a extended scene before the titles to go with "Diva Delivery."

    • "Diva Delivery" is "Chapter: 37.64"; "Castle High" is "Chapter: 42.56".

  • Allusions

    • Dodgers and his monster's dance routine, complete with canes and hats, may be a reference to the scene in Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein in which Peter Boyle and Gene Wilder perform "Puttin' On the Ritz" before a live audience.

    • none: none
      The story that Dodgers tells I.Q. Hi is based on the old Frankenstien movies.

    • n/a: Michael Dorn
      Unlike "Pig of Action," a few of Sa'am's henchmen are voiced by Michael Dorn. This makes sense considering he played the Klingon, Worf in Star Trek: The Next Generation.